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So, right now I have P8400 oc to 2.5GHz and in almost all games cpu is at 96% - 100%, and my gpu is bottle-necked with it as usage for gpu hovers around 50% - 55%. Now I know that P8400 is 25W, and that E83/E84 35W/45W.

E8335 2.93GHz = T9800
E8445 3.06GHz = T9900



Now if i get any of these i would oc it a bit, and would probably have to do Forge Mod.

I am looking for any issues that might come up.

What do you guys think?

I am leaning towards E8335, since its 35W tdp(E0) and that 100Mhz speed is achievable through overclocking.
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Honestly, this is sooooo ghettolicious.. =P overclocking a laptop? upgrading a core 2 duo with another one? lol

in my opinion, they are both so cheap, just grab the E8445 and oc it another 200MHz
    
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Honestly, this is sooooo ghettolicious.. =P overclocking a laptop? upgrading a core 2 duo with another one? lol

in my opinion, they are both so cheap, just grab the E8445 and oc it another 200MHz
Yea, few bucks is not a problem. I am just not sure if 44W vs 35W would make big difference in heat production.
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I just want to update this and say, that I got E8435, and I was successfully able to under-volt it from 1.2375V to 1.1000V, running right now at stock 3GHz temps dropped from stock 1.2V ( 92C) to 1.1V (79C) on load. Cant be more happy. This upgrade was well worthed $80.
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